Web Extra: Talking to kids about traumatic events

(WPRI) — The mass shooting in Southern California Wednesday that left 14 people dead and 21 others injured came a little more than two weeks after the terror attacks in Paris and less than a week after the attack at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado.

With these types of tragedies becoming all too common nowadays, you may be at a loss for words when your children start asking questions.

Sarah Kelly-Palmer, Sr. Clinical Administrator at Family Service of RI, spoke to Eyewitness News Thursday on the best ways to talk to your kids about traumatic events.

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